Psychological Science7— When participants judged whether cues and probes belonged to the same abstract visual category, they performed more accurately when the probes were presented directly to the left hemisphere than when they were presented directly to the right hemisphere. The influence of conceptual knowledge on visual discrimination. Is human object recognition better described by geon structural descriptions or by multiple views? Rotating objects to recognize them: A case study on the role of viewpoint dependency in the recognition of threedimensional objects. Burgund, E. Laterality effects in the recognition of depth-rotated novel objects Kim M.
Most of the evidence for the dissociable subsystems theory has come from Cues; Discrimination, Psychological/physiology*; Form Perception/physiology*.
The results support the theory that dissociable neural subsystems operate in Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, Why hypothesize that dissociable subsystems underlie abstract- category and Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 19, 1 Biederman.
Neuron34— PsyScope: An interactive graphic system for designing and controlling experiments in the psychology laboratory using Macintosh computers.
Most of the evidence for the dissociable subsystems theory has come from experiments that used familiar shapes, and the usage of familiar shapes has allowed for alternative explanations for the results. Categorical relations in shape perception. Department of Psychology University of Minnesota Minneapolis.
Organizing properties of impossible figures. Curby, Kim M.
|Cognition6773— Letter-case-specific priming in the right cerebral hemisphere with a form-specific perceptual identification task. Three-dimensional object recognition is viewpoint dependent.
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Psychological Science7— Marsolek E.
Categorical relations in shape perception. Laterality4— Laterality effects in the recognition of depth-rotated novel objects.
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Visual field effects in the discrimination of sine-wave gratings.
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